COVID19: 1 death, ministry adjusts total

Cyprus reported one coronavirus death on Thursday, a drop in new daily infections and hospitalisations, at 124 and 97, respectively, while the death toll was adjusted to include undeclared cases mostly in

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Cypriot leaders to meet in New York

President Nicos Anastasiades confirmed a trilateral meeting on the Cyprus issue would be held in New York, on the sidelines of the

Stormy weather, followed by sunshine

Cyprus is witnessing bad weather after the recent high temperatures, recording the first heavy rainfall after an unusually hot summer. The island’s

Cyprus’ largest mall opens in Larnaca

Cyprus’ largest mall, the Metropolis in Larnaca, costing €85 mln to build, opened its doors on Thursday following delays due to the coronavirus pandemic. Metropolis Mall houses 135 stores covering 40,000 square metres, while the entire area expands to 70,000

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Olivewood dream turns ugly

Cyprus’ audiovisual industry, dubbed Olivewood, has tarnished its reputation, as producers of a Hollywood production take the government to court for not

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Cyprus’ largest mall opens in Larnaca

Cyprus’ largest mall, the Metropolis in Larnaca, costing €85 mln to build, opened its doors on Thursday following delays due to the coronavirus pandemic. Metropolis Mall houses 135 stores covering 40,000 square

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Public transport rethink needed

Schools opened this week with gymnasium and lyceum students in class for the new academic year, as elementaries open on Monday, with traffic reaching its peak as everyone rushes to beat the

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Sickle Cell Awareness Month

By Dr Skevi Kyriakou Sickle cell disease (SCD) is one of the most common inherited blood disorders worldwide. Africa has the highest

Public transport rethink needed

Schools opened this week with gymnasium and lyceum students in class for the new academic year, as elementaries open on Monday, with

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Cyprus, Egypt study Aphrodite natural gas pipeline

Technical Committees from Nicosia and Cairo are proceeding with a study on the transfer of natural gas from the Aphrodite reservoir, in Cyprus’ exclusive economic block 12, to an Egyptian Liquefaction Plant. Delegations from both countries, who met in Cairo, included five

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Fuel prices are burning consumers

The resurrection of demand in the global economy has driven up crude oil prices, the main component of fuel at petrol stations.

Maritime Cyprus postponed until 2022

The Shipping Deputy Ministry announced Monday the prestigious biennial Maritime Cyprus conference slated for next month had been rescheduled for 2022 due to the limitations imposed by COVID regulations. Maritime Cyprus, the biggest shipping event that attracts more than 1,200

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